OMG! James Woods Just Sent A $10 MILLION Warning Shot To LIBERALS – ‘You’re Not Above The Law!’

OMG! James Woods Just Sent A $10 MILLION Warning Shot To LIBERALS – ‘You’re Not Above The Law!’

Yes! Good for James Woods. Some troll on Twitter by the name of “Abe List” called him a cocaine addict. He’s not and he took great offense at the slander. So now, Woods is suing this dirt bag for a cool $10 million. The presiding judge just opened the door for the defamation lawsuit to proceed. This probably means that the anonymous libtard will be exposed identity and all. That makes me very, very happy.

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From BizPac Review:

In a surprising new turn in the James Woods defamation lawsuit with an anonymous Twitter user, the presiding judge this week has ruled to allow the case to proceed.

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With the Los Angeles Superior Court judge’s denial of the defendant’s move to strike the lawsuit, the door is now open for Woods to unmask the social media user known as “Abe List” who suggested the actor was a “cocaine addict,” according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Woods, who is well-known for his conservative views which he often airs on Twitter, brought a $10 million suit against List last July saying that “AL, and anyone else using social media to propagate lies and do harm, should take note. They are not impervious to the law.”

The actor had posted a comment about Planned Parenthood to which List had replied, “Cocaine addict James Woods still sniffing and spouting.” The user had also posted, “you are a ridiculous scum clown-boy James, a joke.” The actor’s lawsuit alleged that the posts were seen by thousands and were “the culmination of a malicious online campaign by AL to discredit and damage Woods’ reputation,” according to the Reporter. More like millions saw that and one can hardly blame James Woods for hunting this scum down and shredding him. By all accounts James Woods is a good, honest man with a spine. He’s not ashamed of his conservative views and he’s not shy about going after his detractors. That’s as it should be. The decision to allow the case to proceed removes one First Amendment hurdle as the defendant’s identity will likely be made known, something Twitter has resisted so far. “The cruelty of having one’s reputation sullied by an anonymous coward is agonizing,”Woods said. The actor was thankful for the judge’s decision in a case of “wanton defamation,” warning “Twitter users beware: you are not above the law.” Indeed.

Terresa Monroe-Hamilton

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